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LSD Q1 2014 Member Meeting in London

26th & 27th February, 2014
Campus London, 4-5 Bonhill St, London EC2A 4BX


We're very excited to announce our Q1 member meeting in London; this year we'll be doing something special - we're hosting a hackathon for your developers all day on Wednesday 26th February until lunch on Thursday 27th February. After lunch on the 27th, we'll kick-off our leadership session followed by drinks and networking in the late afternoon. Here's the complete agenda for the 2 days which will be updated in the coming weeks.


Please RSVP to attend this event


Hackathon Session - Campus London (3rd Floor)

We invite you to send 2-3 of your best and brightest developers to work alongside their peers at other LSD member organizations. We'll learn a lot from each other as we work together in cross organizational teams lead by Drupal community leaders to solve shared problems - the open source way. Topics for the hackathon will be chosen around your immediate needs and problems that you are most interested in.


Leadership Session - Campus London (Ground Floor Auditorium)

Please join us in discussing the future of Drupal with several Drupal community leaders and LSD members such as Pfizer, Dennis Publishing, Cancer Research UK, European Commission, and several others. Our leadership sessions are an opportunity for you to collaborate and network with your peers - senior technology leaders at the largest organizations using Drupal.


In addition to great networking at the leadership session, we will have breakout sessions led by Community Leaders around topics that our members and prospective members are interested in to discuss their immediate needs and pain-points. This meeting is open to LSD members and invited guests only - availability is limited to up to 2 technology leaders per organization, please RSVP if you plan on attending the event.


About Large Scale Drupal

Large Scale Drupal (LSD) is strategic alliance for the largest Drupal users - LSD Members meet regularly to discuss and collaborate on common problems - we provide a forum for enterprise users, listen to their needs, prioritize them as a group, and then figure out a proper way to address those needs through knowledge sharing, white papers, training and collaborative development projects. LSD enables our Member organizations to engage with and participate in the Drupal community giving them input into and insight on the future of the platform, helps them forge relationships with key community leaders and developers as well as their peers at other leading organizations running Drupal. For more information about the LSD Program, see the blog post by Dries announcing the Program, or our Drupal WatchDog Magazine article.